This list seeks to highlight those companies that have been successful in establishing their companies as unique resources for data professionals.
New Providence, NJ (PRWEB) June 03, 2013
Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) magazine is pleased to announce the inaugural “DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data.” This special list salutes this year’s top companies in data and enterprise information management from long-standing industry veterans to fast-growing startups tackling Big Data. The companies on the “DBTA 100” were selected based on their presence, execution, vision, and innovation in delivering products and services to the marketplace. All 100 companies are highlighted in the special June edition of Database Trends and Applications magazine and on the DBTA.com website.
“Beyond the explosion of interest surrounding Big Data, the past several years have transformed enterprise information management, creating both challenges and opportunities for companies seeking to protect, optimize, integrate, and extract actionable insight from a sea of data assets. In response to this, established IT vendors as well as legions of newer solution providers have rushed to create the tools to do just that,” remarked Thomas Hogan, Group Publisher of Database Trends and Applications. “This list seeks to highlight those companies that have been successful in establishing their companies as unique resources for data professionals.”
The “DBTA 100” will be compiled annually by the editorial staff at Database Trends and Applications. This year’s selections can be viewed here: http://ow.ly/lAlJL.
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Database Trends and Applications (DBTA), published by Information Today, Inc., is a quarterly magazine, delivering advanced trends analysis and case studies in information management developed by a team with 25 years of market coverage experience. Visit DBTA.com for subscription information. DBTA also delivers groundbreaking research of unparalleled depth and foresight exclusively through its Unisphere Research group.